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2014 a record year for exports for Georgia and the US
02/Mar/2015 by Cathy Roberson.

According to government data, the US set another record year for goods and service exports for 2014 and Georgia was among one of the strongest performers.... read more.

Brazil – Its own worst enemy and why supply chain practitioners should care
02/Mar/2015 by Cathy Roberson.

When last Ti published South America Logistics and Transport in 2011, Brazil was experiencing a booming economy, but now after years of sluggish global growth Brazil’s economy has stumbled. The country now needs reform and diversification to unlock its great potential.... read more.

Norbert Dentressangle looks to expand its successful European strategy to a global scale
02/Mar/2015 by Thomas Cullen.

Norbert Dentressangle has continued its record of profitable growth powered by successful acquisitions but its appetite is not yet satisfied. The company is now looking to scale up its successful growth strategy to the global market.... read more.

Quite a good year for Kuehne + Nagel
26/Feb/2015 by Thomas Cullen.

Kuehne + Nagel has seen moderate increases in revenue and profit with a set of fourth quarter and annual results that show underlying demand reasonably strong but profit margins still under pressure in areas such as forwarding.... read more.

Maersk makes record profits but Damco crashes
26/Feb/2015 by Thomas Cullen.

Is Maersk really being broken-up? The sale of Maersk’s stake in the Danish investment bank, Danske Bank, has triggered speculation that the whole conglomerate is being re-shaped.... read more.

Haier’s disruptive ways
26/Feb/2015 by Cathy Roberson.

The Haier Group is known for its innovative ways and as part of its 2015 plan, it will continue along this path of innovation even further as it looks to disrupt the consumer electronics market.... read more.

New minimum wage regulations cause conflict between European road freight companies
25/Feb/2015 by Thomas Cullen.

The barriers to trade between the different economies of Europe remain substantial and the market for road freight is no exception. An example is the recent problems Germany and France have encountered attempting to introduce minimum wage legislation.... read more.

ILWU and PMA come to an agreement on a new west coast contract but questions for the future remain
23/Feb/2015 by Cathy Roberson.

It looks like the finger pointing and verbal attacks may have subsided for the time being as word came over the weekend that the ILWU and PMA reached a tentative labour deal for US west coast ports. However questions remain about how similar problems will be dealt with better in the future.... read more.

Toll's sale follows slowing growth as the company focuses on execution
19/Feb/2015 by Thomas Cullen.

The shareholders in Toll Group have reason to be happy. The bid for their company from Japan Post comes at time when Toll is facing difficulties from both its key domestic market and its acquisitive business model.... read more.

TNT still a work in progress as 2014 sees losses
18/Feb/2015 by Thomas Cullen.

Things are still tough for TNT Express. Although the company says that the “building blocks are in place” for its new strategy, the past year has been painful as revenue and profits both shrank.... read more.

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